Norton County is an Aubrite meteorite that fell in 1948 in Kansas, United States.
After a brilliant fireball and a loud noise, a very large shower of meteorites fell over a large area of Norton County (Kansas) and Furnas County (Nebraska).
Composition and classification
Norton County is a Ca-poor aubrite fragmental breccia.
The main mass (about 1,070 kilograms (2,360 lb)) is the center piece of the meteorite display at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.